Ogun state government approves Operation Amotekun bill

The Ogun state government has affirmed the making of the Southwest security outfit code-named "Operation Amotekun".

The endorsement was given at the State Executive Council meeting which held at the Executive Chamber of the Governor's office, Oke Mosan secretariat, Abeokuta on Tuesday February eleventh, after a broad thought that kept going close 10 hours and managed by the state representative, Governor Dapo Abiodun.

Tending to columnists toward the finish of the Executive Council meeting, the official for Justice and Attorney General of the State, Adegbolahan Adeniran, said the introduction of the bill before the state chamber followed the prior endorsement by the Attorney Generals and Commissioner of Justice of the six Southwest states.

Adeniran guaranteed that the State Amotekun Corp will be going by a state Commandant, including that the bill additionally takes into consideration synergistic endeavors between the six Southwest states should the need emerge.

He communicated good faith that the bill will get quick consideration from the state legislators with the goal that the Governor can likewise give the necessary consent in no prolonged stretch of time.

“We presented the bill for the creation of the Ogun State Security Network Agency or what many call the Amotekun Corp Bill of 2020.
"Today, the Executive Council of Ogun State met and adopted a draft as amended of a bill for a law to establish the Ogun State Security Network Agency. This agency is the agency that will comprise of the Amotekun Corp and this bill will be transmitted to the house of assembly before the end of this week," he said

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